Sean's Wild Life
Wildlife film maker par excellence!
I catch up with Nina Constable to chat about her wildlife film making career and qualifications, what inspires her, some of her previous projects and what she's working on next. Nina's work is both visually beautiful and inspiring in its storytelling style. Of course we chat about beavers, a favourite topic of this podcast, hence the release of this episode in the same week as International Beaver Day. If you haven't already checked out her film Beavers Without Borders, please do, it's a wonderful exploration of why these ecosystem engineers need to be brought back to Britain. I first met Nina when she asked me to contribute to her web series, Wild World Doorstep Discoveries, at the beginning of the first Covid-19 lockdown. A truly uplifting showcase of the power of nature to heal and inspire us.
Sean's Wild Life podcast is produced and edited by Thomas Ntinas. Title track 'A Wild Life' kindly composed and donated by Mark Rose. Production costs are self funded by Sean McCormack, but donations to fund future episodes are welcome on Acast Supporter here: http://supporter.acast.com/seans-wild-life or at www.patreon.com/seanswildlife.
If you would like to sponsor a future episode of Sean's Wild Life please email email@example.com and visit www.drseanmccormack.com to learn more about Sean's work.
Cover photo credit: Nina Constable.